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Angular Material Custom Checkbox and Radio Button In SCSS

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Checkbox and Radio Button both are different and both have an action similar which is user has select. So here we customize the color of Angular material checkbox and radio button color using SCSS.

Previously we also customize button, login and registration form and angular chips components. Now here we customize material angular Checkbox and Radio Button in SCSS files. Here we used the SCSS variable and also used nesting with CSS flex and grid properties to make these elements separate. Here, we used media quires for grid columns and modify some angular material class.

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